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Antsiranana, Madagascar in Africa

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Antankarana woman from Mahajanga, Madagascar Featured Antsiranana Print

Antankarana woman from Mahajanga, Madagascar

An Antankarana woman from Mahajanga (Majunga) a city and a district on the northwest coast of Madagascar. Note the distinctive balled hairstyle, nose jewellery and beaded necklaces. The Antankarana (or Antakarana) is an ethnic group of Madagascar that inhabits the northern tip of Madagascar around Antsiranana. Date: circa 1910

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

'Sea-borne Assault: Troops Move In To Madagascar', 1940-1942, (1943). Artist: Unknown Featured Antsiranana Print

'Sea-borne Assault: Troops Move In To Madagascar', 1940-1942, (1943). Artist: Unknown

'Sea-borne Assault: Troops Move In To Madagascar', 1940-1942, (1943). The Battle of Madagascar was a British campaign to capture Vichy French-controlled Madagascar during World War II. During the Landings of Operation Ironclad, British 29th Infantry Brigade and No. 5 Commandos landed in assault craft in Courrier Bay and Ambararata Bay, west of the major port of Diego Suarez (later known as Antsiranana), at the northern tip of Madagascar. From Combined Operations, 1940-1942. [His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1943]

© The Print Collector

Karst sandstone Featured Antsiranana Print

Karst sandstone

Karst sandstone, known in Madagascar as tsingy, is a feature of a large ravine of ancient rock formations at Irodo, southeast of Antsiranana (Diego Suarez). The impressively sharp red pinnacles are the result of millions of years of erosion. Tsingy is a Malagasy word meaning 'walking on tiptoe'

© Nigel Pavitt/John Warburton-Lee Photography Ltd